It seems that Philadelphia Eagles star AJ Brown has issues with his Kansas City Chiefs counterpart Juju Schuster-Smith and is willing to settle things with actual violence.
Last month, the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs went toe-to-toe in Super Bowl LVII. The game between the two best teams in the NFL in 2022 was a highly competitive affair that ended with the Chiefs winning their second league championship in four seasons.
It is understandable if players on offense and defense for the opposing teams to develop legitimate issues in the heat of play on Feb. 12. However, it seems that a pair of wide receivers from the two squads have some sort of ongoing grievance since the NFL title game.
On Wednesday, Philadelphia Eagles wideout AJ Brown tweeted at his Kansas City Chiefs receiver Juju Schuster Smith with a legit threat of violence if the pair cross paths in the near future.
“[Schuster-Smith] you really need to find you somebody else to play with. Don’t let that ring get you beat tf up. Because I’m with all the dumb sh**. I’m not gone speak on it no more.”– AJ Brown
The evening tweet has since been deleted, however, the threats didn’t end there. Brown reportedly also slipped into Schuster-Smith’s direct messages on Instagram and continued with his warnings to the impending free agent over an apparent TikTok video.
“I don’t play them kids games, if you wanna see me, I’m with it. You better go to Cabo and enjoy your ring and stop f***ing with me. Leave me off all your TikTok sh** p***y.”– AJ Brown (via Dov Kleiman)
The TikTok video in question can be found below. It is in a moc-umentary style clip and takes shots at Philadelphia Eagles players like Brown, Jalen Hurts, and James Bradberry, and even earned an unhappy tweet response from Darius Slay.
This is also not the first time AJ Brown and Juju Schuster-Smith have had words since Super Bowl LVII after the pair traded barbs on social soon after the game over various claims and accusations.
Schuster-Smith will soon hit the NFL free agency market after a major bounce-back season for the champion Kansas City Chiefs in 2022.